The Lindisfarne Inn’s insider activity tips

You won’t be stuck for things to do during your stay — whatever the weather — with our handy insider’s guide to what to do and what to see around The Lindisfarne Inn.

For cycling fans

Hire a bike from Adventure Northumberland or bring your own and explore the quiet country lanes surrounding The Lindisfarne Inn. Circular routes include Berwick, Wooler and Seahouses. A designated cycle track and cycle path links The Lindisfarne Inn to Holy Island causeway.

For walkers

Put your best foot forward and strike out across the famous Pilgrim’s Way to Holy Island following in the footsteps of St. Aidan.

For culture vultures

The Holy Island of Lindisfarne is just a short drive from The Lindisfarne Inn. Visit the amazing priory there, the birthplace of the Lindisfarne Gospels. Or walk the Elizabethan Walls at Berwick-upon-Tweed. While there, follow in the footsteps of acclaimed artist Lowry who holidayed and was inspired by Berwick and the surrounding area.

For wildlife lovers

Go on a wildlife safari with Northern Experience Wildlife Tours and get up close to Northumberland’s fantastic animal and bird life.

For sports enthusiasts

Play a round of golf at one of the many superb courses nearby, including the Championship course at Goswick – just a few minutes’ drive away from The Lindisfarne Inn.

For retail therapy

Browse quirky, independent shops on Berwick-upon-Tweed’s Bridge Street or drive across the Border to the historic market town of Kelso with its cobbled square.

On a rainy day

Explore Lindisfarne Castle, a former Garrison with panoramic sea views. Paint a pot at Pot-a-doodle-do or visit historic Paxton House.

On a sunny day

Head to Ford and Etal where a host of activities await – from boarding Bunty at the steam railway, or following the mouse trail round the Heatherslaw Corn Mill.